Help With Perm Damaged Hair - Dry and Frizzy

by Sammie
(Puerto Rico)

Ok about 2 and a half years ago i got a perm done on my hair. The lady who did it told me that since i had alot of hair it wouldn't last long because my hair weights. And now 2 years later i still have the perm and it really damaged my hair. My hair is really dry and frizzy. And cutting my tips dont help cause like 2 weeks later my tips are damaged again. What kind of product can i use to repair my damaged hair?

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Jul 26, 2010
damaged hair from perm...heres some ideas
by: Anonymous

I'm sorry honey, i know exactly what you are talking about...i have pin straight beautiful silky hair like off a commercial.. I had a perm to make my hair curly when i was 19 I'm 28 and my hair has not went back to normal..its frizzy wavy from the middle off my head down to the ends off my hair and I've tried everything..not even hairstylist know what to do..but here are somethings that i do that do help..use olive oil in your hair ask a deep conditioning...leave in for at least 30 minutes and do this at least once a week..use hot oil treatments (like vo5)..its cheap use once a week..use a boar bristle brush..for less breakage and smoothness...

Sep 14, 2009
Permed damaged hair
by: Anonymous

My hair was very curly and long. But since I had my last child, my hair started to fall out and straighten. My hair loss was probably from stress, but the straight hair!? I had and still have no idea as to why so I got a perm and it didn't take. The manager of the salon did it again within 3 days of each other.

The result was short, frizzy, damaged hair. Not only that, but totally straight. I was always known for the girl with the hair, now I have the complete opposite. I am mortified, horrified and well you can just imagine.

Never do this to your hair. And they did nothing for me. All they did was -and I had to ask for- a free cut and blow-dry.

Now I am using argan oil with the shampoo and conditioner. All you can do is let it grow out.

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